The general working atmosphere has been significantly affected since 2020, and for many, distractions and stress levels have increased. Since a team is only as strong as its individuals, organizations need a practical method to help support employees.
Jeanne Belmonte’s workshop provides a two-pronged method that empowers employees to re-engage productively and strengthen resilience by reducing distracting, residual stress stemming from either challenges at work or home.
Your employee's reaction to a difficult situation makes all the difference in their interactions, teamwork and successful outcomes when times get tough or the pressure is on.
For example: Although employees might not admit it out loud, challenges stemming from interactions at work or at home can lead to distractions. According to the Harvard Business Review, due to challenging situations:
However, your team members can learn a sustainable, personalized way to restore engagement, strengthen resilience and help others do the same.
Since a team is only as strong as its individuals, Jeanne shows employees how to make a Personal Action Plan that uses a two-pronged method involving:
This method empowers team members to apply strategies that are 100% in their control.
These workshops are for managers and staff who work together regularly through video conferencing or in-person with colleagues, customers, and clients for usually more hours in the day than they spend relaxing at home.
Jeanne shares real-world examples and a practical method that empowers your employees to select healthy strategies and fully engage at work. This methodology will be effective for current situations and useful throughout any career.
"I was really pleased with how the workshops went. You did a wonderful job with our staff and a great job of presenting the topic so that everyone could understand, and that is not always easy to do. Jeanne's workshop helped provide us with valuable tools that we all tapped into during the difficult times this past year. Staff members are better able to handle situations due to the pandemic such as the stress of anxiety that comes with going to work in-person every day and exhaustion of meeting the increased need." Annie Turner, Executive Director, Food for Others
“Those seeking career trajectory and more peace of mind will greatly benefit by reflecting on the wisdom and activating the two-pronged method. The presenter delivers each point on target with engaging warmth and humor.” Dennis, Financial Institution Consultant
"I had great feedback on your interactive presentation! The topic is so relevant these days. You were very poised, approachable and friendly." Peggy James, Executive Director, Vienna Business Association